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  • Digital Camera Settings

    I recently bought a new SLR camera and was playing with the setting at Disneyland. I was looking at other people pictures that was posted on this site and wonder how they were able to get these type of pictures. So my question is what setting do you use at the park? Or what type of setting do you use at the park?

    Like during the dark rides in the park (without using flash)?
    Fireworks shots?

    Any suggestions would be great.
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